Few Things More Important to Teens Than Their Cell Phones
But Hundreds of Thousands of American Teens Will Fast in Response To Haiti Quake and Global Food Crisis
SEATTLE Feb. 16, 2011 30 Hour Famine
RESEARCH TRENDS – AMERICAN TEENS
Only two percent would be willing to go without food. Only nine percent would sacrifice cell phone.
30 Hour Famine 2011 Survey Feb 2011
The average child spends an hour and a half texting each day.
, Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds , Jan. 2010
More than 4 in 5 teens with cell phones sleep with the phone on or near the bed.
Internet and American Life Project-Teens and Mobile Phone Survey June 26-Sept 24, 2009
Regina Corso Harris Poll
Haiti 30 Hour Famine 30 Hour Famine Haiti $1.2 million
Michele Tvedt 30 Hour Famine Haiti 30 Hour Famine $140 million
February 25th April 29-30 30 Hour Famine $1 $1 $30 30 Hour Famine Haiti 30 Hour Famine $10.4 million $11 million
30 Hour Famine Haiti Ethiopia Kenya Somalia Uganda Sudan South Sudan Mauritania Pakistan Zambia Zimbabwe
World Vision works in 100 countries, helping approximately 100 million people every year.
Beaverton Christian Church – at least 800 teens expected at 30 Hour Famine rally.
30 Hour Famine Survey 2011 Facts between January 20 and 31, 2011 John Yeager
AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS :
Michele Tvedt – 30 Hour Famine National Manager – World Vision
Media Contacts: Gardi Wilks 708-434-5006 (office) 708-205-5020 (cell)
John Yeager 425-765-9845 (cell)
SOURCE World Vision